Love Eric, love the guests he has, so knowledgeable. Small criticisms- jokes are goofy, you donât have to mention one of your books every episode.
Iâm loving your podcast! I became a fan of yours after reading your book on Bonhoeffer and recently discovered your podcast after watching the latest interview you had with Stephen C. Meyer. Every guest you have on your show is truly fascinating. Not sure which book from these individuals to read first?! Iâm anxiously awaiting your next guest.
Eric Metaxas has fascinating and often unexpected guests. Especially enjoyed the recent weeklong series with Milo Yiannopoulis. More, please!
Eric please have Steve Bannon on the show.
There are vanishingly few sources of penetrating, thoughtful discussion on the concerns of our day. Eric Metaxas manages to continually find brilliant thinkers, teachers, businesspeople, and the occasional oddball to round out 45min of great discussion each episode, and frequently spends 1.5hrs or more, divided among two sessions. Youâll have to get used to a few lame jokes, but these are features, not bugs, in the content delivery.
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Iâm such a fan .. love immersing myself in his talk radio biblicalWorld view perspectives! Thank youAnd the funky music is wonderful!Keep it going!
Always enjoy his wit
I realize this is his show, his podcast, and he has the right to talk for the whole time. While Eric has a lot of good insight, he cuts off his guests way too much. Eric, bro., let someone finish their thought before cutting them off and disagreeing.
Who would have thought Erick is the same guy who wrote that very serious and important work, Bonhoeffer. I found him by accident and am so glad I did. A serious Christian who sees the beauty of the Creator in Pop music! And his love for all people: gay, straight, red and yellow, black and white (from the childrenâs hymn âJesus loves the little children.). Listen to each podcast!